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  • SecOps Cybersecurity Best Practice Guide

    Sponsored by: Covestic

    Cybersecurity incidents impact your bottom line. If you need evidence, Equifax’s breach cost them an estimated $4 billion in revenue. On a smaller scale, legal fees of cybersecurity litigation can cost about $2.5 million. The next step in your security journey may cost less than you think. Open this guide for 5 cybersecurity best practices.

  • Keep Out Vulnerable Third-Party Scripts That Help Steal Data from Your Website

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Tap into this article to learn about Akamai’s intelligent edge platform that can detect malicious script activity, protect the integrity of webpages, and safeguard businesses.

  • Webinar - Defend Better and Respond Faster With Security That Works Together

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Most malware infections happen in one of only 3 ways, so why aren’t they easier to stop? As organizations embrace the cloud, it’s now imperative to find a new approach to securing users and devices. View this webinar to find out how to stop attacks before they start and how to safeguard your organization with a layered approach to cybersecurity.

  • Webinar - Say Goodbye to Threats, Network Complexity, and Inefficiency: New ESG Research

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Threats, network complexity and inefficient tools all drive the need for a new approach to security. With more mobile devices and more cloud access, handling and responding quickly to threats can be hard. If you’re frustrated with endless alerts and inconsistent policy enforcement, watch this webcast to learn a more efficient way to secure users.

  • SIG - AV-TEST: DNS-Layer Protection and Secure Web Gateway Security Efficacy Test Results

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    AV-TEST is an independent research institute for IT security. In November and December 2019, AV-TEST performed a review of Cisco cloud security solutions alongside comparable offerings. The test was commissioned by Cisco to determine the malware protection and phishing block capabilities of all vendors. Read this report to see the results.

  • Third Party Script Application Security: Intrusion vs Detection

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Emerging tactics among credit card skimming attacks are underlying the need to fortify security to stay ahead of these increasingly devastating campaigns. This 20-minute video provides a brief history of Magecart attacks and the rise of third-party scripts. Watch now to learn more about these threats and better understand how to mitigate them.

  • Video: Understanding bots and their role in credential stuffing

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    In this talk, Akamai security strategist Siddharth Deshpande will walk you through the dark web economy for malicious bots used in Credential Stuffing attacks and discuss options for effective Bot Management.

  • Tata Communications’ Secure Web Gateway

    Sponsored by: TATA Communications

    As applications, infrastructures and data continue to move to the cloud, ensuring users have appropriate and reliable access – regardless of location – is critical. In this short video, discover how Tata Communications’ Secure Web Gateway enables users with enhanced visibility and security.

  • Security Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device

    Sponsored by: TATA Communications

    In today’s mobile world, users can access the Internet via your network at any location, over any device. But to help your enterprise avoid being compromised, you need to be sure that every user access point is secure. In this brief, learn how Tata Communications’ Secure Web Gateway can help you ensure all your web communications are secure.

  • Reaching Beyond The Perimeter: A Deep Dive into Mimecast’s Email Security 3.0 Strategy

    Sponsored by: Mimecast

    Cybercriminals are at the peak of their powers. They’ve developed specialized tools to dig right into the hearts of businesses and leave without a trace. Email is at the center of this, with 60% of all email sent to organizations being spam or malicious. How does your organization plan to defend? Read this white paper for ideas on strategy.

  • Web Security Technical Deep Dive

    Sponsored by: Mimecast

    In this time of uncertainty, cloud and internet-based technologies are under greater threat than ever before. An influx of malware and phishing attacks means that businesses, if not properly protected, are in jeopardy. Read this technical deep dive to learn what you can do to ramp up web security.

  • The Impact of Malicious Extensions for Chrome and Other Browsers

    Sponsored by: ThreatLocker

    By relying on a web browser provider to improve privacy and security protections, organizations put themselves at risk of a zero-day attack. Read this blog post for specific examples of the impacts of malicious Google Chrome extensions and what your organization can do to better prevent them.

  • Workload Security: Visibility and Analysis for Cloud and Container Workloads

    Sponsored by: Lacework

    The modern cloud infrastructure requires a shift in the approach to workload security. Download this solution brief to learn more about Lacework’s automated approach to enabling visibility and analysis for cloud and container workloads.

  • Carson Living Secures Rapidly Growing Cloud Environment

    Sponsored by: Lacework

    Due to the rapid growth in adoption (400% in the past year) of their AWS-hosted application, Carson Living was facing issues related to ensuring cloud compliance and maintaining security configurations. Download this white paper to see what led to their partnership with Lacework, as well as the results.

  • 2019 Proofpoint Domain Fraud Report

    Sponsored by: Proofpoint

    Domain fraud is a growing threat vector in which the threat actor impersonates a trusted brand to launch phishing attacks and other disruptive campaigns. Download this research report to learn more about the latest domain fraud trends – including how the domains are created, common characteristics and more.

  • Auth0 Platform Introduction

    Sponsored by: Auth0

    This short video provides a demo of Auth0, a universal authentication and authorization platform that enables developers to connect their disparate applications. Watch now for an overview of this process across B2B, B2C and B2E use cases.

  • Mistakes to Love: A Survey of Identity Mistakes

    Sponsored by: Auth0

    For leading application development teams, there seems to be debate around buying vs building. The following report provides in-depth insights from a survey into the successes and failures of identity professionals across their identity projects – both bought and build. Read on to unlock the key findings.

  • Web and Mobile Application Security Testing Solution Brief

    Sponsored by: WhiteHat Security

    According to the NTT 2020 Global Threat Intelligence Report, 55% of all attacks last year were application specific. Named a leader in a recent Gartner Magic Quadrant report, WhiteHat offers an application security testing bundle – designed to automate testing across the entire DevOps lifecycle. Download this solution brief to learn more.

  • A Deeper Look Into the Threat of Botnets

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Tune into this Cisco Umbrella webinar to learn about how recent botnets infect, proliferate and distribute malware, and how you can keep your users safe from malware distributed by botnets.

  • 5 Misconceptions About Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) for Mobile

    Sponsored by: NowSecure

    Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) plays a critical role in any mobile app security and privacy program. However, long-held misconceptions create confusion, leading to slower and infrequent testing. Read this article to bust 5 common misconceptions about DAST for mobile.

  • 12 Reasons Why You Need Stronger Mobile App Security

    Sponsored by: NowSecure

    Whether it’s for internal communication, enhancing customer experience or part of a digital transformation initiative, mobile applications play a critical role and ensuring their protection is paramount. Download this infographic to discover 12 reasons why organizations need stronger mobile app security strategies.

  • How to Ensure NIAP Mobile Application Compliance

    Sponsored by: NowSecure

    Mobile applications allow for improved business operations and more seamless experience. However, for federal agencies, the heavy burden of ensuring each app meets the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) security requirements causes a massive roadblock. Download this white paper to learn ease this headache.

  • [ 2019 ] State of the Internet / Media Under Assault

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    In this State of the Internet / Security report, take a look at the sources, techniques, and trends in this growing threat. You’ll see what 98% of web attacks against media and technology sectors have in common. And why video media attracts more credential stuffing attacks than any other vertical.

  • [ 2019 ] State of the Internet / Web Attacks & Gaming Abuse

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Criminals go where the money is. And these days, there’s real money to be stolen in the virtual world of gaming. Download Akamai’s latest State of the Internet / Security report that delves into the growing popularity of credential stuffing attacks against the gaming industry.

  • Get Started with Application Security in 3 Easy Steps

    Sponsored by: Micro Focus

    It’s a common misconception that application security strategies are inherently disruptive to productivity. As organization rely more on apps for communication, security becomes paramount. The following guide provides 3 easy steps to help you get started with application security, read on to get started.

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